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American Public Human Services Association's Multi-State Collaboration Summit
Tempe, Arizona
January 4–7, 2009

Oregon Health Forum's The Role of States in Driving National Health Reform
Portland, OR
January 7, 2009

Families USA's Health Action 2009 Conference
Washington, DC
January 29–31, 2009

AcademyHealth's 2009 National Health Policy Conference
Washington, DC
February 2–3, 2009

Insure the Uninsured Project's Annual Conference
Sacramento, CA
February 3–4, 2009

National Association of County and City Health Officials' 2009 Public Health Preparedness Summit
San Diego, CA
February 18–20, 2009

National Governors Association 2009 Winter Meeting
Washington, DC
February 21–23, 2009

State Health Research and Policy Breakfast
Washington, D.C.

Tuesday, February 3
*Registration is now open!
The Commonwealth Fund's State Innovations program is cosponsoring the AcademyHealth State Health Research and Policy Interest Group to host a breakfast meeting called "Breaking New Ground: State Strategies to Increase Value in the Health Care System." This meeting is held in conjunction with AcademyHealth's National Health Policy Conference in Washington, D.C. To register, please visit the meeting Web site:

Call for Papers
Showcase your state health policy research at the State Health Research and Policy Interest Group (SHRPIG) meeting to be held in conjunction with Academy Health's 2009 Annual Research Meeting on Saturday, June 27, 2009, in Washington, D.C. The State Health Research and Policy Interest Group meeting, sponsored in part by The Commonwealth Fund, offers researchers, policymakers, and practitioners the opportunity to share recent state-level research that emphasizes the unique challenges of working within a state policy and political environment. Papers that demonstrate innovative approaches to addressing state policy research needs, sound applied policy research methods, effective strategies for collaborating with state agencies and policy decision makers, and promising communication tools are being sought. Apply by Monday, February 16, 2009.

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